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Laurie Cunningham: football from Market Road to Real Madrid

Everyone has a story. This GUEST POST from Dermot Kavanagh, Sports Picture Editor of the Sunday Times, is a fantastic summary of Archway-born footballer Laurie Cunningham’s life. 1,714 more words


II. Problems

The following column first appeared in the October 1977 issue of Jimmy Hogan’s Football Monthly

Firstly, the lads appreciated the applause after the match against Switzerland and if you were one of the 42,000 at Wembley, we thank you for your support. 1,332 more words


Fifth Avenue Strings premiere two works in Week Eight

One day, Laurie Cunningham’s son, Jimmy, came home and told her that the kids who played in the Fifth Avenue Strings wanted to attend a summer camp to learn to play better. 482 more words


Mario Kempes in West Bromwich : A look back at WBA v Valencia December 1978

For a land thousands of miles away, Argentina has played a big part in the Albion story. Claudio Yacob currently patrols our midfield and is going to be a key man if Albion are going to extricate themselves from the relegation quicksand currently lapping about our knees. 1,638 more words


Laurie Cunningham: The Black Ferrari

Adakah yang pernah mendengar nama Three Degrees? Nama tersebut sejatinya merupakan milik sebuah grup musik soul Amerika Serikat di era 1930-an. Akan tetapi, nama ini kembali menggema di Inggris pada akhir dekade 1970-an. 1,104 more words

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